Purdue University Creates a Foundation for e-Learning Success
Challenge Adapting To A New Way Of Learning Purdue University is a public research university located in West Lafayette, Indiana and is consistently ranked as one of the best public...
Move this World – Nurturing healthier, happier classrooms with SEL
From the very beginning, teachers saw that our approach to SEL made a big difference to their students, but teachers already have so much on their plates. We wanted to...
Blyth Academy Online – Helping more students access online learning
Challenge Growing Demand For Online Learning Originally established in 1977 to provide educational travel experiences, Blyth Academy is now one of the leading private schools in Canada and teaches over...
The Robb Nash Project – Raising Mental Health Awareness in Schools
Challenge Tackling A Growing Mental Health Crisis Childhood and adolescence are crucial stages in the development of a person’s mental wellbeing. Unfortunately, according to the World Health Organization, 10% of...
TCASE – Providing peer support in a virtual world
TCASE’s biannual conferences are a lifeline for special education professionals, providing a forum where they can share knowledge with their peers. When the COVID-19 crisis hit Texas, that peer support became even more critical to find solutions to a host of new special education challenges. In pandemic conditions, a face-to-face event simply wasn’t an option—so TCASE pivoted to launch its first virtual conference with support from Zoom and D2L’s Brightspace platform.
University of Guelph – Turning challenge into opportunity
When the COVID-19 pandemic compelled higher education institutions around the world to switch to remote learning, the University of Guelph was well-prepared with a mature approach to effectively integrate technology to provide meaningful and engaging learning experiences. Using D2L’s Brightspace platform, the University rapidly adapted to alternative methods of course delivery, supporting effective transitions for students and faculty.
HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College – Flexible workforce learning
HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, worked with D2L to create pathways for learning progression for students enrolled in the College’s workforce development noncredit programs. In collaboration with local businesses, HACC is building stackable credentials that can be delivered online via D2L’s Brightspace platform, providing a blend of self-paced and instructor-led programs that help students develop and demonstrate new competencies.
Vision Australia – A clear vision of learning for all
Vision Australia’s employees and volunteers are committed to the organization’s mission to support Australians who are blind or have low vision achieve the possibilities they choose in life. Around 15% of Vision Australia’s workforce are blind or have low vision, so to ensure that everyone can benefit from its training resources, the company is using D2L’s Brightspace platform to deliver highly accessible online courses.
Dematic – Developing competencies to drive growth
As Dematic’s business grows, it needs to ensure that new employees can quickly gain the competencies they need in order to contribute high-quality work.
Calgary Board of Education—CBe-learn – Empowering schools to embrace distance learning
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, CBe-learn saw demand for its online courses spike among students and schools across Calgary. D2L’s Brightspace platform is helping the organization not only scale up its own services but also develop training and professional development strategies to support greater adoption of online and blended learning by all Calgary schools in the future.